[exp] There was an error publishing your project. Please check for any warnings


#1

Edit: despite my change attempts and conversation with myself, below… I still have the same error with no explanation.

I have an issue publishing from command line. I haven’t changed code. I am currently using exp version 47.4.0.

This is a detached app. Publishing has worked before. Publishing with XDE but my publish command involves env vars, release-channels and clearing the cache. So, I’d rather use command line.

This is what I see…

[exp] There was an error publishing your project. Please check for any warnings.
[exp] Set EXPO_DEBUG=true in your env to view the stack trace.
error Command failed with exit code 1.

No warnings, so I’m not sure what I’m supposed to look for.


#2

I got farther by upgrading to 47.4.1.

Lesson learned: Don’t upgrade exp just bc exp publish warns you about upgrading. 47.4.0 was a mess. My Android apk became twice the size and I had all sorts of other issues.

Now I’m dealing with [exp] Error starting tunnel: XDLError: failed to start tunnel.


#3

I spoke too soon. The build all finished but then the process hung. I assumed it was done and just didn’t want to tell me what my bundle URL was.

[exp] Error: read ECONNRESET is my error now.

Re-running… Tunnel connected this time.


#4

Back to the original error… [exp] There was an error publishing your project. Please check for any warnings.


#5

Hi-

It’s hard to help without seeing your code. Put a link to your project on Github and we can take a look at it if you want.


#6

Can’t really do that right now. Do you know how to set EXPO_DEBUG=true so I can view the stack trace?


#7

Google “how to set environment variable mac” or “how to set environment variable ubuntu” or “how to set environment variable windows” depending on what platform you’re on.


closed #8

This topic was automatically closed 20 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.